Last week I had drinks with an old (sorry – longtime) friend of mine who is a fellow dating mommy. My objectives for the evening were (a) get to the bottom of why she’s been acting so crazy, and (b) recruit her to be part of the dating mommies blog.
I accomplished objective (a). (b) she informs me, will never happen, but she was left less than satisfied with my advice/opinions on (a), so she agreed to let me get more perspectives from our readers.
This is where you come in…..she wants advice, and I don’t seem to cut it for her (I think she just didn’t like my answer HA!) Would you be willing to help an old friend?
A few weeks ago, she was introduced to a friend of a friend. They hit it off instantly online. They have great conversation, a strong sense of openness in communication, a great ability to share perspectives, life stories, etc. Pictures were exchanged, and there’s definitely chemistry via photos. Phone conversations initiated, and again, great communication chemistry, and she says “he’s got a HOT voice”.
She’s 42 years old. She’s been married once & divorced almost 5 years ago, and has 3 kids. She is the primary parent. Since her oldest child was born, she has been financially supporting the family. She’s my best friend because she is full of compassion, wisdom and optimism. She sees the best in everyone.
He’s 39 years old. He’s never been married, has no kids. He seems to love kids and seems to be completely head over heels for her. He is currently living with his father, who recently lost his wife. He does not currently have a job. He’s very
attentive, and, like she said, “he’s got a HOT voice”.
Is the living with his father and/or the lack of current employment a deal breaker? Let’s hear what you dating mommies out there have to say…..